Fulfilling the Obama administration’s goal for its resettlement program, the United States will grant asylum to its 10,000th Syrian refugee this week.
In a chilling interview with the Colorado Springs Gazette, Robert Lewis Dear, the man who killed three and wounded nine at a Planned Parenthood clinic in November 2015, showed no remorse for the murders. Dear described in detail his decision to purchase an AK-47 and drive to the clinic whose address he found in the…
During a rally in Cleveland on Thursday, Hillary Clinton amped up her usual inoffensive presidential rhetoric when she compared Republicans to ISIS, probably.
There's a gas station in Madison, WI with a sign that reads "DON'T DIE A VIRGIN TERRORISTS ARE UP THERE WAITING FOR YOU."
Yesterday a fire was set at an obstetrics and gynecology clinic in Cobb County, Georgia, that is regularly targeted by anti-abortion protesters. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but employees of the clinic told the local news that there was suspicious activity before the fire broke out:
A new report seeks to elucidate what we're risking when we treat terrorism as a men-only institution and ignore the threat that women can pose. So, what are we risking? Death, basically.
Last week, a Canadian government website drew fire for including "abortionists" in a list of "single-issue terrorist groups." Its administrators have now pledged to overhaul their list.
Well, we sure hope this is a typo: a Canadian government website has included "abortionists" on its list of "single-issue or special interest terrorist groups."
Najwa Bin Laden, Osama's first wife, said the favorite part of her day was "the sleeping time." And it wasn't because her days were so miserable; it was because bedtime was when she had her husband all to herself.
Well, it finally happened. Airport security officers gave a pat-down to a baby.
• A Planned Parenthood in Nebraska has filed a lawsuit against the state to stop a law that would require mental health screening for women seeking abortions. If they are unsuccessful, the law will go into effect next month. •
[Manila, June 28. Image via Getty]
Moe is being interrogated by El Al as I type this, which means that her stock market/foreign policy-illuminating "Evening Purge" will be on hiatus until she returns from The Homeland next week. (My homeland, she keeps telling me. Not hers. Whatevs.) And so, back by not popular demand, my Bush-hating, animal-loving…